sociogram


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sociogram

(ˈsəʊsɪəˌɡræm)
n
a chart or diagram that plots social interrelationships

so•ci•o•gram

(ˈsoʊ si əˌgræm, ˈsoʊ ʃi-)

n.
a sociometric diagram representing the pattern of relationships in a group.
[1935–40]
Translations
sociogramme
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These activities include the Whai Tikanga Pleasant Events Schedule (also aligned with Te Whare Tapa Wha) and a Korurangi (a culturally relevant sociogram for identifying supports and quality of relationships).
As preparation for the Heart-Centered Energetic Psychodrama session, the client creates a sociogram, representing the client's significant people in his/her life; this is helpful for seeing emotional engagement, as the client can visibly see the family roles and dynamics.
This contributed, in some measure and in an artificial (and, it could be said, spurious) way, to the thickening of certain linking lines in the sociogram in Figure 1.
The proposal was to verify whether the interpersonal relationship indicators on the Zulliger-SC managed to distinguish two groups, constituted by the results of a sociogram that appointed popular children and children rejected by their colleagues at a school.
The sociogram in Figure 1 displays the position of the actors within the network and the relationships between the actors.
We use to construct a sociogram [5] that is a two-dimensional diagram for depicting the precedence relationships among performers.
In the sociogram itself, courts that are prolific, as either borrowers of other court's precedent or as sources of precedent for other courts, are located near the center, or core, of the network.
The sociometric test was designed from the perspective of surprising the affective climate, considering for achievement of the sociogram, obtaining individual scores signifying the group structure and status types of its members.
In other words, a sociogram is a graph that represents the people within a social structure and their connections to their peers.
Physician attribution by prominence was applied to the same physician sociogram seen in Figure 1.
Future research in this vein could benefit from examining the empirical relationship between trait-based emotional intelligence and objective influence in youth leaders as measured through a sociogram of respondent peers, subordinates, and supervisors.